Category Archives: participatory research

Summer School “Post-Nuclear Urbanism” (Visaginas, July 22-31 2019)

Fifth urbanist Summer School in Visaginas, Lithuania. This year co-organised with Faculty of Architecture at the Brno University of Technology and with Institute of Sociology at Wroclaw University. 

more info - Programme 2019


Photo credit: Job Zomerplaag


Apply for 2019 Summer School

5th Summer School in integrative urbanism, organised by the EHU Laboratory of Critical Urbanism in a formerly “nuclear” town of Visaginas. In 2019 it is done in cooperation with Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture.

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Application deadline – June 21.


Workshop “City in Perspective of Science and Technology Studies”

April 28-29, European Humanities University and St. Virgin the Comforter Church

Workshop description: The workshop simulates the public hearing on the future of the yard shared by several groups of stakeholders and users – the Chapel of Our Lady of Consolation, Ministry of Interior of Lithuania, Ministry of Education of Lithuania, the European Humanities University, as well as the Savičiaus street residents. Workshop participants will be divided into groups to simulate those stakeholders and users; and will have to elaborate and present their positions and arguments regarding the yard. This Workshop is part of the Competition YARDS OF MIND, organized by the Vilnius “Actors of Urban Change” in cooperation with the EHU Laboratory of Critical Urbanism.

CityinPerspective_workshop_YARDS OF MINDWorkshop schedule

SUMMER SCHOOL “Re-tooling Knowledge Infrastructures in a ‘Post-Nuclear’ Town” (August 18-31)

LCU DAAD Summer School 2018 is open to students of urban studies, sociology, geography, political science, architecture, design, urban planning, history, cultural studies, anthropology, and heritage studies with a strong interest in problem-based interdisciplinary research work. The school is organised in Visaginas (Lithuania) for fourth time with support of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

Deadline for applications – 31.05.2018.



Deutsche Studierende können sich im Rahmen des Go East- Sommerschulprogramms beim Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienst (DAAD) um ein Stipendium bewerben. Das Stipendium setzt sich zusammen aus Pauschale zur Deckung der Aufenthaltskosten, Reisekostenzuschuss und Kursgebühren.

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Das zweigleisige Bewerbungsverfahren sieht vor, dass Interessenten sich parallel bei der Sommerschule um eine Zulassung und beim DAAD um ein Stipendium bewerben.